Leake and Watts Services

  • Preventive Services QI Analyst

    Job Locations US-Yonkers
    Posted Date 3 months ago(4/17/2018 2:20 PM)
    Job ID
    2018-1217
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Other
  • Overview

    The Preventive Services Quality Improvement Analyst will lead the QI process through the analysis of data and the creation and implementation of improvement plans. Using qualitative and quantitative methods, the role of the QI Analyst is to ensure programs are meeting compliance standards, specified goals and outcomes are met, and performance quality is maintained. The QI Analyst will work closely with Preventive leadership to develop data tracking systems and to generate data for ongoing fidelity self-assessments.

    The Preventive Services Quality Improvement Analyst serves as a liaison to New York City Administration of Children Services (ACS) and the New York State Office for Children and Family Services (OCFS), he/she will represent the program as needed.

    Responsibilities

    • Conduct monthly QI meetings
    • Drive the Continuous Quality Improvement Process
    • Assist and guide program with creating protocols and procedures
    • Develop program specific performance reports for all agency stakeholders
    • Ensure timely submission of Corrective Action Plans, to external monitoring agencies
    • Develop, update and maintain instruments used to measure programmatic goals and outcomes
    • Conduct internal performance reviews to ensure compliance with oversight agencies regulations
    • Utilize performance indicators and program data to identify program-specific strengths and challenges
    • Process and input data as needed through various internal and external data collection and reporting systems
    • Collaboration with external monitoring and accreditation agencies Serve as program liaison with ACS, OCFS and other oversight agencies
    • Compile and analyze qualitative and quantitative performance data including evidence-based model fidelity reports to enhance program practice
    • Other administrative duties as assigned

    Qualifications

    • BA/BS required in Social Work or related human services, Master's Degree preferred in public administration, economics, business, psychology, political science, education, or related field
    • Ability to travel locally
    • Good verbal/written communication skills
    • Excellent organizational & interpersonal skills
    • Must have ability to analyze and manipulate data
    • Must have knowledge of statistics and knowledge of Tableau preferred
    • Familiarity with ACS and OCFS Quality Assurance Standards preferred
    • Must have working knowledge of computer applications, preferably highly skilled with Excel
    • Must have commitment to enhancing the level of service delivery provided to persons served

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